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,000 in fines, cannot have outstanding taxes or felony convictions and won't receive federal benefits until they apply for permanent resident status after ten years. the homeland security director says the plan will make the country safer. >> enabling dhs to further focus its resources on criminals, human smugglers and traffickers and national security threats. >> the plan has $17 billion for security and border agents. >>> coming up, sam brock looks at the changes to the border security like we were saying as well as the immigration reform proposal. that's all coming up tonight at 6:00. >>> okay. what happened in boston earlier this week has many of us thinking about how we would respond to tragedy. a 7-year-old san jose girl might have something to teach us all about that. >> she lost her mother to cancer earlier this year, but ever since then she has not stopped trying to make something good out of something so bad. garvin thomas is here with tonight's bay area proud. >> reporter: on the morning of january 25th, the day after her mother, robin, died of breast cancer, she brought a jar in
had a job to do. >> total devastation that was taxes attorney general that compared it to a war zone pam now back to yale >> pam: today marks the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake. the seven-point-eight magnitude earthquake struck at 5:12 in the morning 107 years ago. reporter will tran with more on the anniversary today. >> here is video that we shot of the bomb squad after someone called bin after noticing a suspicious package. also thinking about what happened and boston. that's when they discovered this black bag that was dropped off with this from this person wearing dark clothes. officers were going on around looking for the suspect, they were unable to find a suspect. we will remove the ceremony to a different location. we will sweep this area due to this dignitaries attending. the ceremony went out and went off without a hitch they would not be deterred. whatever was in the back was not explosive they left the area about 530 this morning after they thought everything was ok. but what i had and last are reached at that location. will tran kron foreman's >> wayne on the south
morning. >> getting the latest on the taxes fertilizer plant explosion. >> the blast destroyed dozens of homes and apartment buildings. a school, a nursing home as well were damaged severely in some instances. search and rescue teams have been sifting the rubble ever since the plant exploded. at least 35 people are confirmed dead including 10 first responders. >> take a listen. with a heavy heart i can confirm 12 individuals have been recovered from the fertilizer plant explosion. the deceased had been taken to the dallas forensic center for proper identification. to date there have been approximately 200 reported injuries. 150 buildings have been cleared. 50 homes have been destroyed. 25 homes still yet to be cleared. >> authorities say there is no indication that the blast was anything other than the industrial accident sparked by fire. the company in charge of the plan has been cited for apparently minor safety violations of the past decade. clearly an investigation into the recent incident will be ongoing. a picture of the fbi in boston of the one to suspect. secretary of state jo
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